Seahawks Waive Four Players, Place WR Cody Thompson On Injured Reserve – Seahawks.com

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The Seahawks placed receiver Cody Thompson on injured reserve Monday, two days after he injured his shoulder in Seattle’s preseason opener at Pittsburgh.
The Seahawks also waived four players, cornerback Josh Valentine-Turner, defensive tackle Antonio Valentino, guard Eric Wilson and receiver Deontez Alexander. Additionally, rookie tackle Liam Ryan passed his physical and was activated from the physically unable to perform list.
Those moves leave the Seahawks with 86 players on their roster one day ahead of the NFL’s deadline for teams to trim rosters to 85, however, they receive a roster exemption for linebacker Aaron Donkor, who is part of the league’s International Player Pathway Program, so they do not need to reduce their before Tuesday’s deadline.
Thompson, who was enjoying a strong camp heading into the preseason opener, first joined the Seahawks as a member of the practice squad and has spent parts of the past three season with Seattle. He made his regular-season debut last season and appeared in five games, playing primarily on special teams.
Ryan, who went undrafted out of Washington State in 2021, took part in Seattle’s rookie minicamp as at tryout player, then signed with the Seahawks a week later.
Valentine-Turner, Valentino and Wilson are all rookies who went undrafted in 2022, with Valentine-Turner signing with Seattle after the draft in May, while Valentino and Wilson initially signed with other teams, then signed with Seattle this summer. Alexander, who went undrafted in 2018, signed with Seattle in May.
Go behind the scenes with team photographer Rod Mar as he shares moments from the Seattle Seahawks’ Preseason Week 1 32-25 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on August 13, 2022 at Acrisure Stadium. Eye On The Hawks is presented by Western Washington Toyota Dealers.
Quarterback Drew Lock reviews in the locker room before the game.
The Seahawks arrived in Pittsburgh late on Thursday evening aboard their private charter.
Members of the Seahawks equipment staff unload equipment trunks from the charter aircraft into a truck to be taken to Acrisure Stadium.
The Seahawks, including Quandre Diggs and Al Woods, arrive at a local Pittsburgh high school for their day-before walkthru.
Greg Eiland, Jarrod Hewitt and Jacob Eason take it easy before the start of Friday’s walkthru.
Quarterback Geno Smith takes warmup throws before walkthru.
Members of the offense watch as the first team defense works through their portion of walkthru.
Wideouts Cody Thompson, Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf and Freddie Swain watch with receivers coach Sanjay Lal.
Offensive linemen Damien Lewis, Abe Lucas and Charles Cross chat during a break in walkthru.
Head coach Pete Carroll talks to the team at the conclusion of Friday’s walkthru.
First year edge Boye Mafe poses on the turf at Acrisure Stadium the day before the game.
New Seahawk Uchenna Nwosu takes in the field in Pittsburgh during the team’s stadium visit.
The Seahawks gather as a team during their visit to Acrisure Stadium the day before the first exhbition game.
Carl “Tater” Smith and head coach Pete Carroll chat on the field before heading to the buses after Friday’s stadium visit.
On game day, tight end Noah Fant heads to the bus.
Safety Jamal Adams heads for the buses for the short ride from the team hotel to the stadium.
Running back Josh Jones and offensive tackle Charles Cross take in the sights of Pittsburgh and it’s numerous bridges on the ride to the stadium.
A young 12 in a DK Metcalf jersey waves to the Seahawks team buses as they head to the stadium.
Seahawks receiver DK Metcalf heads into the stadium on game day.
Cody Barton and Travis Homer talk with special teams coach Larry Izzo in the locker room hours before the game.
Running back DeeJay Dallas gets locked in.
Receiver Cody Thompson uses a Hyperice massage tool in the locker room before the game.
Seahawks edge Darrell Taylor gets the team fired up in the locker room.
First year running back Kenneth Walker III gets loose on the grass turf during early warmups.
Linebackers including Vi Jones work on agility during early warmups.
Darrell Taylor works in early pregame.
Defensive lineman Al Woods is all smiles during warmups.
Former Seahawks standout Michael Bennett visits with general manager John Schneider before the game.
Offensive tackle Charles Cross works during pregame warmups.
Quarterback Geno Smith greets head referee Adrian Hill before the game.
Head coaches Pete Carroll and Mike Tomlin exchange pleasantries as the respective teams were on the field during warmups.
Quarterback Geno Smith walks down the tunnel leading from the locker room to the field.
Quarterback Geno Smith greets Steelers defender T.J. Watt during the pregame coin toss.
Seahawks first round draft pick Charles Cross blocks during the first quarter.
Head coach Pete Carroll pumps up his team.
Seahawks edge rusher Boye Mafe had a strip sack resulting in a fumble in the first quarter and spent the second quarter fighting through efforts like this one.
Seahawks linebacker Nick Bellore breaks up a pass, bats it in the air and tries to recover the ball in the air.
Head coach Pete Carroll slaps hands with quarterback Geno Smith during a break in the action.
After throwing a touchdown to Dareke Young, quarterback Drew Lock tries to get the football back from the official for Young to keep as a souvenir of his first NFL td.
Linebacker Vi Jones violently sacks Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett in the second half.
Seahawks quarterback Drew Lock surveys the field from the pocket.
Seahawks running back DeeJay Dallas leaps into the end zone with a touchdown on a pass from Drew Lock.
Boye Mafe chases down and sacks Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett on fourth down to give the Seahawks the ball late in the game.
The Steelers force a Drew Lock fumble and recover late in the game.
After the game, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin chats with Seahawks defensive lineman Al Woods.
The Seahawks added three more players to their practice squad on Thursday.
The Seahawks brought back cornerback Justin Coleman a day after releasing him as part of the cutdown to 53 players.
The Seahawks made a handful of roster moves a day after teams set their initial 53-man rosters.
A position-by-position breakdown of the Seahawks’ initial roster following Tuesday’s moves to get to the 53-player limit.
The Seahawks made a series of roster moves Tuesday to establish an initial 53-man roster.
The Seahawks made a handful of roster moves Sunday, two days ahead of the deadline to trim the roster to 53 players.
The Seahawks added running back depth ahead of their final preseason game, signing undrafted rookie Ronnie Rivers.
The Seahawks made a roster move Tuesday, bringing back tight end Cade Brewer.
The Seahawks made five roster moves ahead of this week’s deadline to reduce the roster to 80 players.
Newly-acquired Seahawks receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside is entering year-four in the NFL with a fresh slate in Seattle, and is ready to compete.
The Seahawks agreed to a trade with the Eagles Monday, pending physicals, swapping versatile defensive back Ugo Amadi for receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside.
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